Rangers will be looking to keep their Champions League hopes alive when they host Malmö at Ibrox this week.
Steven Gerrard’s Gers lost 2-1 to Sweden last week, bringing their third qualifying round to a draw.
Steven Gerrard’s Rangers host Malmö in crucial Champions League qualifier this week
Steven Davies scored in the 95th minute in the first leg to give Rangers hope, but they would need a big performance to advance to the playoffs.
If they are successful, they will face Olympiakos or Ludogorets Razgrad for a place in the group stage of the European elite competition.
The Scottish champions suffered a crushing 1-0 loss at Dundee United on Saturday and are in need of a comeback.
Rangers vs Malmö: Kick-off date and time
This will be a qualifying return match Tuesday 10 August and will begin at 8 p.m. UK time.
It will be played at Ibrox Stadium.
Rangers v Malmö: TV Channels and Live Streams
The match is broadcast live on Premiere Sports. Coverage begins at 7:30 p.m. on Premiere Sports 1.
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There will be regular match updates throughout the evening on talkSPORT and talkSPORT 2.
Rangers need to dust themselves off quickly to prepare for Champions League qualification vs Malmö: Team News
Joe Eribo and Alfredo Morelos are both expected to return to the Gers lineup after missing the first leg.
The two took part in an away loss to Dundee United on Saturday.
Steven Gerrard will still be without the suspended Glenn Kamara and Kemar Roof, but Leon Balogun’s one-match suspension has ended.
Alan McGregor is also expected to return for John McLaughlin after the weekend’s loss, while Ryan Jack is still a fortnight away.
Rangers vs Malmö: What Was Said?
Rangers coach Steven Gerrard: “I’m disappointed with the result and the goals we’ve set, but it was a great moment at the end of the game, and it sets up the second stage.
“It’s not the situation we wanted to be in, but it’s obviously a lot better than going 2-0 up and we were probably going to be worse off too.
“Extra time was very important for us, but our performance of more than 90 minutes was not enough. So we have to climb the levels individually and collectively.
“I’m going to appeal to the Ibrox crowd. I’ve never done it before, but we’re going to need it next week, with full blast, for 90 minutes.
“And with that behind us and a change in mindset, that extra time could be a big moment.”
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